Karan Malik is one of the top ranked Indian national players, and was a former U-17 junior national champion before moving to the United States.
He graduated with a degree in Economics from Trinity College in 2016, where he was recruited to play for the Trinity Men’s Squash team. During his time at Trinity, Karan's team won 2 National Championships. Karan played as high as #1 on the ladder and, in his senior year, captained the team to their 15th National Title. He was also named to the All-American Team and All-Nescac Team twice. In addition to coaching at Potomac, Karan works at Squash On Fire working with juniors and adults to improve their game.
Steve Hufford is a lifelong racquet sports competitor in tennis, squash, and court tennis, and brings the depth of that experience to his coaching. He is a US Squash certified Level One coach and this is his ninth season at Potomac.
Beginning at Dartmouth College, he played decades of team and tournament amateur squash. He achieved a US ranking of #3 in Men’s 45+, and a world ranking of #14 in Men’s 60+ squash. He played tennis in both high school and college, and won the US national championships in singles and doubles court tennis for 50+ and 60+ age brackets.
He emphasizes fair play, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fitness and encourages all players to achieve their personal best.
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